The story told to today's students about the birth of the modern West is largely false.
Only 1 in 4 Millennials Demonstrate ‘Basic Financial Literacy,’ According to George Washington University Poll
Those numbers are understandable when one looks at how much time states spend on financial literacy instruction.
As James Dean asked, What do you do when you have to be a man?
“Kindness is love in action,” observed psychologist Robert Holden in his book 'Loveability.'
Census statistics on poverty ignore a great many things.
It may actually be a form of sloth.
Republicans are expected to pass sweeping tax legislation Tuesday. Here's what the finalized bill looks like.
Unless schools begin grounding students in timeless knowledge, will we increasingly see passion backed by a lack of reason and a decline of rational discourse?
The alt-right’s turn toward overt anti-capitalism is neither surprising nor new nor counterintuitive.
The Education Department is delaying an Obama rule encouraging racial quotas in special education.
The monastery was the most influential institution in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
Karl Marx doesn’t align with what’s important to Millennials.
If we are ever to learn the truth about contentious issues such as transgenderism, do we need to give both sides of the issue a fair hearing?
New research suggests parents may hold the key to fidelity.
A new study claims to find a genetic basis for being gay. But wait: isn't gender now whatever you decide it is?
Every December we hear about the 'War on Christmas.' But do you know where it really began?
After two years of euthanasia in Quebec, a look at the numbers.
The Open Internet rules the FCC devised based on Title II authority expressly permit ISPs to block, filter and curate content.
There’s a big reason schools are ignoring this strategy.
It involves the destruction of an invaluable repository of social and collective memory.
The acquittal of Mesa police officer Philip Mitchell Brailsford in the shooting death of Daniel Shaver is concerning.
The Bill of Rights contains our most basic and important freedoms... but many Americans can't even name them. Can you?
There is perhaps no manlier icon in Hollywood history than John Wayne.
The legacy of the Bill of Rights is this: What government did not create, it can neither bestow nor confiscate.
Author Catherine Nixey offers a history worth reading the 'The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World.'
In the world of professors, higher education, and academia, producing high-quality content is essential. There's only one problem.
The University of Minnesota cited Santa and 'red and green' colors as examples of 'religious iconography' that were inappropriate for display.
Donald Trump won Alabama by nearly 30 percentage points. So what went wrong for Republicans?